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Peugeot 206 gets more kit for less cash

PEUGEOT is upping the specification of many of the 206 models while cutting prices or leaving them static. The company has also revealed prices of the new entry-level Style model, which replaces the 206 L. The three-door 1.1-litre version will cost £8,495 compared to £8,525 for the outgoing model, the three-door diesel is down from £9,325 to £9,295 and five-door versions each drop £30 to £8,945 for the petrol and £9,745 for the diesel.

The LX gains a passenger airbag, electric heated door mirrors, and three three-point rear seat belts. The GLX gets a passenger airbag, three rear head restraints, tilting front head restraints and a trio of three-point inertia reel rear seat belts, while the XS and Dturbo gain ABS, passenger airbag with deactivate switch, twin rear head restraints, rear mounted sports aerial and soft fascia finish. Prices for the LX, GLX, XS and DTurbo models stay the same.

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